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World squash champ hungry for Commonwealth gold

01 July 2002

Sarah Fitz-Gerald is a strong favourite to win the one major title that has so far eluded her - the Commonwealth Games gold medal in Manchester.

Sarah Fitz-Gerald

Sarah Fitz-Gerald chasing gold

The world number one and four-times world champion, became the most successful Australian woman squash player of all-time when she won the Australian Women's Open Championship in Adelaide to claim her 58th WISPA World Tour title.

Fitz-Gerald's remarkable run which she hopes to continue at the Games, features 12 successive WISPA World Tour titles and 51 consecutive matches without defeat, she is now second place in the all-time WISPA title list.

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